The Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program details how the Arizona Department of Transportation intends to invest in future transportation projects. The program is updated each year for the subsequent five-year period. The State Transportation Board reviews and approves the program in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes §28-304.
The program is divided into sections:
- Regional Transportation Plans
- Airport Improvements
Public Review and Comment
The 2017-2021 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program is available for public review and comment. Public hearings will be conducted on March 18 in Oro Valley, April 15 in Phoenix and May 20 in Flagstaff. Comments will be accepted from March 18 to May 30, 2016.
The State Transportation Board will consider all public comments submitted by May 30, 2016.
- March 18 at 9 a.m.: Public hearing and board meeting at the Oro Valley Town Hall Complex, 11000 N. La Canada Drive, Oro Valley, AZ 85737
- April 15 at 9 a.m.: Public hearing and board meeting in the ADOT Administration Building Auditorium, 206 S. 17th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007
- May 20 at 9 a.m.: Public hearing and board meeting in the City of Flagstaff Council Chambers, 211 W. Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Final Program Approval by the State Transportation Board
The board is expected to adopt the final 2016-2020 Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program at the June 17, 2016, meeting in Holbrook.
- June 17 at 9 a.m.: Board meeting in the City of Holbrook Council Chambers, 465 1st Avenue, Holbrook, AZ 86025
Once approved by the board, a final program document will be posted. All comments received by 5 p.m. May 30 will be included in the official record.
State Highway System Performance Assessment
Conducted annually, system performance assessment gives ADOT the information it needs to adjust funding allocated to preserving, expanding, and modernizing the state highway system. A more detailed performance analysis will be undertaken every five years when updating the state's long-range transportation plan.
The Performance Assessment will be updated as data is available.
State Highway System Performance